Southeast Regional
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Neck Pain Center Columbus GA

Since 1993, the leaders in the Southeast region in helping patients with chronic or severe neck pain heal and become pain-free

Do you suffer from Ongoing or Chronic Neck Pain?

Don't give up hope! Get a referral and visit the experienced neck pain doctors at award-winning Southeast Regional Pain Center.

Neck pain is a very common problem.  If you are suffering, know that you are NOT alone. Data shows that over 20% of adults have suffered from neck pain in some form in the course of their adult life. 

Neck pain can range from mild soreness or stiffness to severe, chronic pain that can interfere with daily activities. Fortunately, there are many types of treatments available for neck pain, ranging from medications to lifestyle changes to physical therapy.

If you live anywhere from Alabama or Georgia to anywhere in the Southeast and are looking for the best neck pain treatment, get a referral from your physician and make an appointment as soon as possible at our award-winning, experienced neck pain center. 

Dr. Ken Barngrover, the head of Southeast Regional Pain Center, has been providing innovative and successful treatment for chronic neck pain conditions in the Southeastern United States for over 30 years. 

Patients come from states throughout the Southeast region because of the quality of care for their neck pain they receive at Southeast Regional Pain Center.  No one rushes you or pressures you. You will receive the treatment and care that you deserve.

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Step 1: Get a Referral from Your Doctor or Regular Physician and Visit the Best Neck Pain Treatment Center in the Southeast!

All patients are required to get a referral from their physician prior to setting an appointment with Southeast Regional Pain Center.

If your neck pain is affecting your daily life, it is time to take control of your situation.  If you have trouble moving your head, are experiencing headaches, or are having trouble with even minor movements, the first step is to get a referral from your doctor for an appointment as soon as possible.  

Neck Pain Treatments at Southeast Regional Pain Center

neck pain doctor

Prior to pursuing any course of treatment for your neck pain, our neck pain doctors will assess your condition with a physical exam very carefully and do a complete and comprehensive analysis of your past history and any medical information we are provided.  We will work closely with you to explain and detail potential courses of treatment.  We are passionate about helping you become pain-free and working with you along the way to partner in your care and neck pain treatment program.

  • Epidural
  • Facet blocks
  • Radiofrequency Ablation
  • Sacroiliac joint injections
  • Nerve root blocks


Get a Referral to Visit Us from Your Regular Doctor to Visit Our Pain Center for Treating Your Neck Pain

To get an appointment, you will need a referral from your doctor.  Once you have the referral, just continue to Step 2.


Call to Make Your Appointment to Visit Our Pain Center for Treating Your Neck Pain

Once you have your referral, simply call so our neck pain relief center specialists can schedule you for the most convenient appointment that fits into your schedule. At that time, they can answer any questions you may have. Our neck pain relief center specialists will help you find a treatment solution specific to your neck pain.

There are Many Causes of Neck Pain

We will immediately focus on closely assessing the causes of your neck pain, which can include:

  • A neck trauma or injury, including from car accidents, whiplash, or another type of injury
  • Neck strains and sprains and strains from repetitive computer use or ongoing poor posture
  • Neck arthritis
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Muscle spasms
  • Neck radiculopathy
  • A pinched nerve or nerve impingement in your neck
  • A disc herniation in your neck

At our pain center, we treat both recently developed or acute neck pain as well as ongoing, chronic neck pain.  As the seat of the head which carries the weight above it and as an integral part of your body and related to every type of movement imaginable, neck pain can become unbearable and a debilitating problem.

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Some of the Potential Chronic Neck Pain Treatments Include:

  1. Medications: Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen and naproxen can be prescribed to reduce pain and inflammation. Other medications, such as muscle relaxants, may also be prescribed to reduce muscle spasms. In some cases, with more severe pain or ongoing intense pain, these types of medications are not effective.

  2. Heat and Cold Therapy: Applying either heat or cold to the area can help reduce pain and inflammation. Hot packs can be used to loosen muscles and increase circulation, while cold packs can be used to reduce swelling and numb pain.

  3. Massage: Massage therapy can help relax tight muscles and reduce pain. It can also improve circulation and help reduce inflammation.

  4. Stretching: Stretching can help improve range of motion, reduce stiffness, and improve flexibility.

  5. Exercise: Gentle exercises, such as walking or swimming, can help reduce pain and improve range of motion.

  6. Acupuncture: Acupuncture is a form of traditional Chinese medicine that involves inserting thin needles into the skin at specific points. It is believed to help reduce pain, improve circulation, and promote healing.

  7. Chiropractic Care: Chiropractors use spinal manipulation to realign the spine and reduce pain.

  8. Ultrasound Therapy: Ultrasound therapy uses sound waves to stimulate tissue and reduce pain.

  9. Traction: Traction can be used to stretch the neck muscles and reduce pain.

  10. Surgery: Surgery may be recommended for severe cases of neck pain that do not respond to other treatments.

Contact Southeast Regional Pain Center for Neck Pain Treatment

No matter what type of neck pain you are experiencing, there are treatments available to help reduce your symptoms and improve your quality of life. The neck pain experts at Southeast Regional Pain Center will help you find out which treatment is best for you.

Remember, Step One is to get a referral from your physician or doctor.  We cannot treat you without a referral!